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Employers of Transbaikalia were given a deadline to vaccinate 80% of employees against COVID

Employers of Transbaikalia were given a deadline to vaccinate 80% of employees against COVID
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The heads of state institutions and businesses in Transbaikalia must ensure that 80% of employees are vaccinated against coronavirus by December 8. Otherwise, employers will become violators of antiquated measures.

As IAA EastRussia was informed in the press service of the government of the Trans-Baikal Territory, workers in the spheres of health care, education, social protection, trade, transport and catering, as well as the energy and housing and communal services, banks, post office, MFC, culture, leisure and sports should be vaccinated. By December 8, 80% of workers in these areas must complete vaccination. Until November 8, they must deliver the first component or be vaccinated with a one-component preparation.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Transbaikalia, 73 people have been infected with coronavirus infection. During the day, 373 new cases of COVID-278 were detected. Yesterday Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova proposed introducing a non-working week due to exacerbation of the situation with coronavirus... She wants to turn to the president with an initiative to introduce non-working days in Russia from October 30 to November 7.

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